Essay on The Many Benefits of Pet Ownership. 967 Words 4 Pages “A dog is a man’s best friend” goes much deeper than the phrase might initially imply. Recently many medical journals have begun to identify with the many and varied benefits of pet ownership. Men have always relied upon animals for work, transportation, and survival. As times have changed, man has begun to appreciate a.
The benefits of pet ownership come with responsibilities. These include: Lifelong care of the pet. This means committing to the relationship for your pet's entire life. Selecting a pet that is suited to your home and lifestyle and avoiding impulsive decisions. Recognizing that owning a pet(s) requires an investment of time and money.
The BSAVA strongly supports the concept of responsible pet ownership and recommends that anyone considering acquiring a pet should ensure that they can provide for the welfare needs of their pet before taking on the responsibility. The BSAVA considers that responsible pet ownership includes: Committing to the responsibility of providing for the animal’s welfare needs for the life of the pet.How To Be A Responsible Pet Owner. How to be a responsible dog owner There is a lot of time and dedication that goes into being a responsible pet owner.In this case the pet is “man’s best friend”. Dogs are the loyalist pets to own. However they require a very large amount of attention and love. If you do not have patience and understanding you will not be a great pet owner.Pet supplies and medical expenses can be costly so it’s wise to set aside a budget for this to make sure you have enough in case any unexpected situations arise. As much as pet ownership is a privilege we’re lucky to have, it also provides owner with legal responsibilities set out by The Animal Welfare Act 2006 (which applies in England and Wales) to protect the welfare of animals.
Responsible pet ownership requires acknowledging the disadvantages of having a pet and recognizing if you can overcome them or if it's better to wait. Financial Commitment. Pet ownership is not cheap. When you take on a pet, you are adding another family member and all that entails, including food and medical care. Dogs and cats require vaccinations, spaying and neutering and parasite.Read More
Responsible Pet Ownership. For many Australians pets are important members of the family. A pet can be a joy but they are a big responsibility. If you’re thinking of bringing a new pet into your home choose the adoption option and make the RSPCA your first port of call. Choosing the right pet for you is fun, but takes time, planning and lots of research. You need to consider very carefully.Read More
Responsible pet ownership. The information in this section outlines pet owners' social responsibilities. All pet owners have a duty of care towards their pets and they must ensure that they do not cause a nuisance to neighbours or the community. Fouling. Fouling by dogs and cats is one of the main causes of problems with both landlords and neighbours so it's important that all pets are toilet.Read More
NAIA policy statement: Pet ownership. Cats; Birds; Exotics; Fish; Horses; NAIA supports responsible pet ownership. Maintaining close contact with dogs, cats, birds, fish, and other pets provides psychological and medical benefits to people at a time in human history when few people would otherwise have the opportunity to interact with animals. Pets also provide a connection to man's broader.Read More
The Responsible Dog Ownership campaign focuses on the need for dog training, particularly through the Good Citizen Dog Scheme, cleaning up after your dog, pet identification and the encouragement of ethical treatment of dogs by preventing them suffering and even dying in hot cars over the summer months. As the first port of call on all canine matters, the Kennel Club supports Responsible Dog.Read More
Cause and effect relationship: Pet ownership The effects of pet ownership have been shown to be beneficial for humans as well as animals in need of a home. People purchase pets for a variety of reasons, spanning from a need to get more exercise, a desire for companionship, to a desire for unconditional love. Other people simply just love animals and their lives feel complete without a furry.Read More
Responsible Pet Ownership; Responsible Pet Ownership. Microchipping. The Home offers free microchipping to the public (donations gratefully accepted), and all dogs and cats in our rehoming programme are microchipped before leaving us. Microchipping allows lost animals to be immediately identified and reunited with their owners as soon as possible. By law in the UK, all dogs must be.Read More
Before owning a pet, one should always consider if one has the capacity (timewise, financially, emotionally) to care for it responsibly for its entire lifetime, not just when it is a cute puppy. If one cannot guarantee to assume and provide all responsibilities of pet ownership for the entire life of the pet, it is more responsible not to acquire or bring home a pet into the home in the first.Read More
Pet ownership provides several physiological, social and psychological benefits. For senior citizens, whose human support systems have been seriously compromised, pets along with companionship provide affection and understanding as well. Looking after a pet makes seniors feel wanted and needed. This consciousness of being useful fills them with a feeling of self esteem.Read More
First off, let’s not misconstrue this piece on irresponsible pet owners as being anti dog or anti pets. This is not against animals but more about irresponsible animal owners. The animal will only do what you train it to do. I’m not down on the animals themselves at all but the fact that most owners are irresponsible about them. I really think owner responsibility needs to be addressed.Read More